Emmerdale spoilers: Caleb exiled after shocking truth exposed

Caleb is motivated, that much we’ll grant him. (Images from ITV)

William Ash’s character, Caleb Milligan, is still unaware that he is no longer welcome in the Emmerdale community.

In yesterday night’s (June 8) episode, Kim (Claire King) disclosed that she has been aware of the arrogant character’s desire to steal all of her money for a very long time. This revelation severely wrecked the arrogant character’s plan to take over Home Farm.

We are aware that Caleb Tate, who travelled to the Dales to claim what he believed belonged to him, is Frank Tate’s son.

While telling Kim and Cain (Jeff Hordley) the truth, Caleb said that Graham Foster had told him that Kim had seen Frank’s death back in the 1990s.

Caleb’s expensive scheme was ultimately doomed to failure since Nicky (Lewis Cope), who was supposed to marry Gabby (Rosie Bentham), was unable to carry out his part of the arrangement. After being expelled from Home Farm, he stuck out at the pub tonight, attempting to atone for his actions.

When Caleb discovered that Noah (Jack Downham) was also a Tates relative, he sought to enlist the teen’s assistance but the boy flatly refused, saying he didn’t want to become involved.

Aleb’s strategy failed. (Image from ITV)

Caleb spoke up for himself and apologised profusely to Chas (Lucy Pargeter), explaining that he was sincerely trying to assist the Dingles in the long term.

Similar to her brother yesterday, Chas had a lot to say about maintaining family ties and made it obvious that Caleb was no longer permitted to remain in the bar.

Caleb said that he would be remaining at the B&B for as long it took, certain that he could mend his bonds with Cain and Chas.

However, it would not be so easy. Prior to his attack the next week, Chas said that Caleb is no longer family, and the list of likely suspects is growing rapidly.

Who will be pushed too far now that Caleb is a target for many?

Will he survive this fatal fall, too?

Leave a Comment